Category: Into the Woods

Johnny Depp’s Into the Woods Wolf Costume Explained by Colleen Atwood

When Disney finally unveiled the first full look at Johnny Depp’s Into the Woods wolf two months ago, the Internet seemed to be a bit confused. At that point, we had seen the rest of Rob Marshall’s ensemble cast in wardrobe, and costume designer extraordinaire Colleen Atwood had outfitted them all in gorgeous gowns and suits that seemed to pay homage to each fairy-tale character’s traditional provenance. But what exactly was the sartorial seed for Depp’s anachronistic costume concoction, we wondered, with its square suit and fur-fringed fedora? Last week Atwood hopped on the phone with us and explained her and Depp’s whimsical approach to the Big Bad Wolf.

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Here Are 10 Gorgeous and Moving ‘Into the Woods’ Character Posters

One day before the release of the movie’s final trailer, we are very proud to debut a series of character posters from the film, which feature James Corden (who is set to take over Craig Ferguson’s job on CBS when he departs with David Letterman) as The Baker, Emily Blunt as The Baker’s Wife, Anna Kendrick as Cinderella, Daniel Huttleston as Jack, Lilla Crawford as Little Red, Billy Magnussen as The Other Prince, Chris Pine as The Prince, Mackenzie Mauzy as Rapunzel, and, of course, Meryl Streep as The Witch… and Johnny Depp as The Wolf.

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This week’s cover: ‘Into the Woods’ enchants EW’s holiday movie preview

In this week’s Entertainment Weekly—which features four exclusive covers of the fairy tale epic’s all-star cast—we dive headfirst into the design of the dark, sprawling world of Into the Woods, the musical tale about a childless Baker (James Corden) and his wife (Emily Blunt) who attempt to lift a witch’s curse by venturing into an enchanted forest filled with classic characters like Cinderella (Anna Kendrick) and Rapunzel (MacKenzie Mauzy). But this isn’t your mother’s Cinderella VHS—nor your daughter’s DVD, for that matter. “I didn’t want this to look like a cartoon world,” says Marshall. “It’s not sunny, sunny, sunny—we wanted a sense of danger.”

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